Immediately after breakfast, we took a boat to the other side of the river for our 1st activity of the day. A canopy walk is a term to describe a man made suspended bridge in a forest.
Can you spot the bridge? 😛
The entrance to the bridge.
According to Nat, the Canopy Walk in Taman Negara is the highest and longest in the world. However, a substantial part of the bridge had to be closed for upgrading and renovation. Nevertheless, despite the short walk on the bridge, it made my balls shrunk. Damn high okay!
One has to keep a minimum distance of 5 metres from the person in front while walking on the bridge.
My balls shrunk
Whenever one walks on the bridges, the bridge will sway left, right, up and down. Images of the bridge breaking into half were on my mind throughout the session. Nevertheless, we were able to get a good view of Sungai Tembeling and its surroundings.